A new light on an old master: scholars reexamine the provocative racial themes in the fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt.(bibliomane)(The Northern Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt)(Whiteness in the Novels of Charles W. Chesnutt)(Book Review)

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From: Black Issues Book Review
Date: 20041101
Author:Fleming, Robert

The Northern Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt Edited by Charles Duncan Ohio University Press, May 2004 $49.95, ISBN 0-821-41542-5

Whiteness in the Novels of Charles W. Chesnutt by Matthew Wilson University Press of Mississippi September 2004 $45., ISBN 1-578-06667-0

A revival of, writer Charles W. Chesnutts works in recent years has been led by university presses with the publication of several posthumous novels and essays, as well as volumes of criticism. Chesnutt (1858-1932) was the first prominent African American novelist and essayist recognized by white critics and ...

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